James Morrison, British singer, pop star, and heart throb visits Aarhus this August and gives an open air concert at the Concert Hall's Amfi Stage, situated between The Concert Hall and Aros artmuseum.
As an artist and songwriter he is endowed with spectacular talent, integrity and authenticity, and always one to deliver a great concert.
At just 21 he made his album debut in 2006. Undiscovered became the best selling album in Britain that year and earned Morrison the title of best singer at the Brit awards. Since then he has had a string of hit songs such as You Give Me Something, Wonderful World, The Pieces Don’t Fit Anymore and the duet Broken Strings, which he sang together with Nelly Furtado.
Morrison's latest album The Awakening from last year centers around personal songs of a rootless upringing and of his father's death of alcoholism. It is produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler, who also produced for Duffy and The Libertines.
An erea for wheelchair users is situated opposite the stage with exellent view.
Food and beverages can be purchased on the Amfi-stage area, and the Concert Hall's Café is open during the concert.
The concert has standing room only, but on the slopes and terasses by the Amfi-stage, it's possible to find spots to sit down and rest.
Mobile lavatories is placed at the venue, and also the restrooms at the Concert Halls Foyer can be used.
The Concert Hall has restroom fascilities for the disabled.
Due to safety and copyright, the following items are not allowed at the concert venue:
Photo- video- and audioequipment
Weapons of any kind
Folding chairs, stools, etc